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Riggins gets 3rd 2015 win at North Georgia Speedway
USCSRiggins5.9.15.jpgMay 9, 2015 – Chatsworth, GA - 19-year-old sprint car hot shoe Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, N.C. now has three United Sprint Car Series (USCS) presented by K&N Filters main event wins in 2015, after he blew by eleven-time and defending series champion Terry Gray on lap 22 of the 30-lap “Night of the Wings” main event at North Georgia Speedway and led the final nine laps en route to www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. The win was Riggins’ 11th career series victory and his first at North Georgia Speedway, the first stop for the series at the Chatsworth, Ga. track since 2004. The win also gave Riggins sole possession of tenth place on the series’ all-time wins list.
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Young races to 2nd 2015 USCS 600 win @North Georgia
USCS600Young5.915.jpgUSCS photo - May 9, 2015 – Chatsworth, Ga - Johnstown, Pennsylvania veteran mini sprint pilot Jim Young won his second 2015 www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series race on Saturday night at North Georgia Speedway The win came during the first-ever appearance of the USCS mini sprints at the super fast, high banked 2/8 mile Chatsworth, Georgia oval. Young powered around the inside of K&N Filters Pole Position starter Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama for the final time on a lap four re-start during the 15-lap “Night of the Wings” A-Main event and pulled away to a straightaway advantage when the checkered flag flew 11 laps later.

Young also led the opening two laps after passing Amerson three-wide in turn one before a red flag flew for the flipping car of Marietta, Georgia’s Buddy Campbell on the backstretch. Amerson passed Young to lead lap three before the second and final caution flew for Aubrey Black Jr.’s spin in turn four.
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Coby Adams charges to two straight in USCS 600s at Travelers Rest
USCS600Adams5.8.15JS.jpg May 8, 2015 - Travelers Rest, S.C. - Before 2015, micro sprint veteran Coby Adams only had one career www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Series win to his name. In the last two races, he’s now tripled his series win total. Adams started third at the wheel of his Adams Performance/Charlotte Rod and Custom No. 25 and dove three-wide into turn one to wrestle the top spot away from K&N Filters Pole-starter Bob Trapino from Marietta, Georgia and young gun Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama, leading all 15 laps of Friday night’s USCS 600 sprint feature at Travelers Rest Speedway to take his second straight series win, as well as his second of the 2015 season.

“It was a great night,” Adams said in www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. “Kyle and I are good buddies – I build his engines along with a lot of guys in the field – and we had a pretty good battle. It was a lot of fun. To win a couple weeks ago at Carolina and now to come down here in our backup equipment and get another win, it’s unbelievable.” 
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Rookie Nick Snyder races to career-first USCS sprint win at Travelers Rest
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May 8, 2015 – Travelers Rest, S.C. – Once in a while it only takes a single statement victory to make a young driver’s career. Friday night at Traveler’s Rest Speedway, 16-year-old USCS “Rookie of the Year” candidate Nick Snyder found out how true that statement really is.  

Snyder, from Marco Island, Fla., used a well-timed run to the inside USCS 2010 Rookie of the Year, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee in turn three of the opening lap of Friday night’s 30-lap feature to take the lead, a position he would never relinquish the rest of the distance to score his first-career United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters victory, his first win ever in a winged sprint car.

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USCS Sprints and 600s assault No. Georgia oval Saturday
 ay 7, 2015 - The United Sprint Car Series 19th annual Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters brings its high speed assault to North Georgia Speedway near Chatsworth, Georgia this Saturday night. The event is the only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled at the 1/3 mile high banked red clay oval in 2015. The event serves as Round Five of the 45 event 2015 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and the 24 event USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series schedules. Both races will award National USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series championship points. Entries are expected from five or more states for the series first event in over a decade at the track
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USCS Sprints make return invasion @Travelers Rest Friday
 May 5, 2015 - The United Sprint Car Series 19th annual Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters invades Travelers Rest Speedway in Travelers Rest, South Carolina this Friday night. The race is the only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled at Travelers Rest in 2015.

The event serves as Round Four of the 45 event 2015 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and 24 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series schedules. Both races will award National USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series championship points. Entries are expected from five or more states for the event.
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USCS Sprint and 600s SC/GA double Friday and Saturday
 May 2, 2015 - After a four week break, the United Sprint Car Series 19th annual Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters fires back into action next weekend with a double-header at two speedways in neighboring states. On Friday, May 8th, the winged sprint car series visits Travelers Rest Speedway in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. On the following night, Saturday, May 9th the USCS sprint cars headline the inaugural “Night of the Wings” at North Georgia Speedway in Chatsworth, Georgia. Both events pay $2000 to the winner.

The two-night weekend serves as Rounds Four and Five of the 2015 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series schedules . Both races will award National USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series championship points.
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USCS Mid South opener at Tenn National CANCELLED
April 24, 2015 – The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Mid South regional series season opening event at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tennessee has been cancelled due to forecasts for heavy storms overnight resulting in as much as one and a quarter inches of rain predicted. The forecast for Saturday afternoon also looks uncertain with conflicting forecasts from the many weather agency resources. We are apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused anyone.
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USCS Sprints headline at TN National on Saturday 4/25
April 20, 2015 – Wet conditions and a rainy forecast postponed the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint car event scheduled for this past Saturday at Tennessee National Raceway. But, the always popular annual high speed evening of thrills and excitement has been RE-SCHEDULED for this coming Saturday, April 25th. The cars and stars of USCS’ headline division are re-set to invade the 1/4 mile high-banked red clay oval at Tennessee National Raceway (formerly Hohenwald Motorsports) in Hohenwald, Tennessee for the inaugural “Spring Speed Xplosion”.

The USCS sanctioned sprint cars will headline an action-packed night of racing with a high speed USCS winged sprint car invasion of one of the series driver’s favorite tracks located just off US Highway 412 and two miles west of Hohenwald, Tennessee. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged Outlaw style sprint cars will join six of the tracks weekly racing divisions in action on Saturday night.

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USCS Mid South opener Re-Scheduled at TN National on 4/25
 USCSlogo2013.jpgApril 16, 2015 – Due to already wet conditions and plenty oif rain in the forecast for this Saturday, the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint car event scheduled for this Saturday at Tennessee National Raceway has been RE-SCHEDULED for one week later on Saturday, April 25th.. The cars and stars of the USCS headline division are then re-set to invade Tennessee National Raceway (formerly Hohenwald Motorsports) in Hohenwald, Tennessee for the inaugural “Spring Speed Xpolsion”.
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USCS Sprint Mid South 2015 Opener
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Riggins completes USCS Thunder in Carolina sweep at Lancaster
USCSRiggins4.11.15Vlane.jpg(Chris Seelman photo) LANCASTER, S.C. – April 11, 2015 - Charlotte, N.C. hot-shoe Eric Riggins Jr. got out the broom and completed a sweep of the first United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N doubleheader of 2015 in dominating fashion on Saturday night. Riggins shot out from the K&N Filters Pole Position and proceeded to stomp out the rest of his competition, leading all 25 laps of Lancaster Speedway’s “Thunder in the Carolinas” North/South Challenge finale to pick up his second victory in two nights over a stout field.

The win was redemption for the 19-year-old, who was leading at Lancaster last April before the car dropped out of gear with six laps to go and cost him a shot at top honors that night. “This feels great,” Riggins said in www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. “I know last year one slipped away from us there, but tonight the car was so good it made me look good. I’m really proud of this win; this is awesome.”
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Riggins,streaks to career 9th USCS win at Carolina
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(Chris Seelman photo) GASTONIA, N.C. –April `10, 2015 -  For the fourth time in his United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N career, the “Carolina Kid”, Eric Riggins Jr. made Carolina Speedway his personal playground. Riggins, from Charlotte, N.C, blasted around 11-time USCS National champion Terry Gray on lap six of Friday night’s 30-lap North/South Shootout opener at the newly-reconfigured four-tenths mile speed plant and laid a beating on the rest of the field, leaving only four cars on the lead lap en route to his ninth career USCS victory and first of the 2015 season.

The win not only moved Riggins into a tie for 11th on the all-time USCS wins list with Jeff Swindell, it was also his third victory in the last four races at his home race track. “This is what we needed here [tonight],” Riggins said in www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. “I’ve been a little unsure of the track changes – they made it a lot wider in the corners – and I was so accustomed to the old track that I wasn’t sure what we were going to be able to do tonight.”
“But this Carolina Speedway crew did a great job – it was a little rough, but we made it through. Hats off to them, they did what they could here tonight and I think this track surface is going to be even better later in the year. I’m so thankful, it always means a lot to win here in front of the home crowd.”

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Adams charges to www.rockauto.com USCS win at Carolina on Friday
USCS600Adams4.10.15.jpg(Chris Seelman photo) GASTONIA, N.C. - April 10, 2015 - Home state hero Coby Adams finally put an end to Jim Young’s www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series dominance on Friday night at Carolina Speedway. Adams, from nearby Mooresville, N.C., powered past K&N Filters pole-sitter Remeno Loyal on the high side during the opening lap of Friday’s 15-lap mini-sprint main event as part of the USCS Thunder in Carolina North/vs. South Challenge , then held off Young’s advances in the final stages of the race to notch his first win on the 2015 campaign.

The victory was the second of Adams’ USCS mini-sprint career, with the first coming in April of 2013 at Toccoa Raceway in Georgia. “It was all good tonight,” Adams said in www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. “We’ve led some races and had some bad luck, and it’s nice to finally put one all together tonight. I hope [all the fans] enjoyed the show.”
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